Four men go to war to settle the score, with no disqualifications
Raul Mendoza defeated Joaquin Wilde via pinfall
The pair start off with some knuckle-lock exchanges, with Wilde getting the better of the exchange. Mendoza fought back from Wilde’s opening attacks with a big missile dropkick and a flip dive to the outside.
The pair go back-and-forth with high impact offence, such as Wilde hitting a big splash and Mendoza hitting a springboard moonsault, both getting near falls.
The finish came when Wilde when for his pop-up boot-styled codebreaker, but Mendoza countered with his jumping ushigoroshi for the win.
Backstage, Lio Rush was asked if Jordan Devlin has the better of him, then Tyler Breeze told him it’s okay to lose and Rush got annoyed.
Tyler Breeze defeated Samir Singh via pinfall
Breeze hit an asai moonsault on the outside, but Samir took control back in the ring with a long chinlock. Singh then walked into a supermodel kick for the win.
A 10-man tag team elimination match between 205 originals and cruiserweights from NXT is set for next week.
No Disqualification Match:Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch defeated Ariya Daivari & Brian Kendrick via pinfall
All four men brawled on the ramp to open, Daivari got chucked head-first into a chair. Burch and Lorcan tried to drive him through a table, but Kendrick made the save and gave Burch a Death Valley Driver through the table off the apron. Daivari grabbed a ladder, but Burch chucked Daivari face-first into it, however, Kendrick hit a Russian leg sweep on Burch off the ladder.
Daivari hit a splash off the ladder for a near fall. Oney Lorcan broke the pin and ran wild, but Daivari hit him in the gut with a chair. Lorcan hit a flip dive onto both opponents and then Lorcan and Burch duct-taped Kendrick to the buckle. Lorcan and Burch hit their elevated DDT on Daivari on the announce table, but it didn’t break. That looked painful. Burch and Lorcan hit it again in the ring for the win. This was pretty fun.